Rocket attacks in the United States are inevitable: N. Korea

North Korean Foreign Minister Rai Yong Ho said that rocket attacks in the United States have become inevitable after the US leader Donald Trump called his country’s leader Kim Jong-un as “rocket man”.

The North Korean Foreign Minister said this in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday. This information was reported in the news agency Reuters reports.

The foreign minister threatened to launch rocket attacks on the US mainland within hours of US bombers and militants flying out of North Korea’s eastern coast.

The US Defense Department Pentagon said that the United States has various options for military action against North Korea, showing that the bombing of the bomber was visible.

In his speech, the North Korean Foreign Minister called Trump to be ‘Satanic President’. He said trump is a mad person. He has a very powerful think about his racket. She suffers with complacency. Trump is trying to make the United Nations a thief.

North Korea is ready to defend itself, said RI Young Ho. He said, they are only a few steps away from the ultimate state of achieving nuclear power. He said Pyongyang’s goal of bringing the balance of power with the United States.

The United States and North Korea have been fighting for a while for a long time. Yesterday the North Korean Foreign Minister’s speech in the UN General Assembly session could further increase the tension between the two countries.

Trump spoke on the UN General Assembly session last Tuesday. In this speech, he quips North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un as ‘Rocketman’. Said, Rocketman has taken a suicide mission for himself and his country. Trump has also threatened that the United States is ready to completely destroy North Korea.

In response to Trump’s speech in the United Nations General Assembly session, the angry reaction came after North Korea said. In a statement, the country’s leader Kim Jong-un called Trump to be ‘distorted brain’. He also threatened to pay a high price for the trump. The North Korean Foreign Minister called Trump’s speech “dog bark.”